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characterized by emotion

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We also created two sets of questions designed to measure each person's affectional bond with his or her mother and father.
Likewise, dyadic affectional expression component was loaded with 4 items to ascertain how couples express themselves in their interaction with each other.
Movement Leaders Argue the Virtues of "Affectional or Sexual Preference" II.
The mean overall scores of the DAS and the scores of the dyadic consensus and affectional experience were found to be significantly lower in the parents of the case group than in those of the control group (Table 7).
We, at the same time, know with the rest that a man has a moral, affectional, and mental nature which must also be developed; but we say that, at present, the whole tendency of things is to over-develope those parts, while the physical is cramped and dwindled away.
* Attending to theological echoes finds support in Wesley's conjunctive theology and his study of affectional moral psychology.
The DAS, a 32-item measure that assesses the quality of adjustment in couples, includes four subscales--dyadic consensus, dyadic satisfaction, dyadic affectional expression, and dyadic cohesion--and an overall adjustment score (Spanier, 1976, 1987).
Similarly, Moradi and colleagues (2009) encourage researchers to distinguish between sexual orientation as a "specific manifestation of sexuality as expressed through sexual, affectional, and relational predispositions toward other persons on the basis of their gender" (pp.
For weekly stars call 15609 11445 Gemini May 22 - June 20 The actions of a friend or loved one can strain an affectional tie.
Society needs all kinds of skills that are not just cognitive; they're emotional, they're affectional. You can't run the society on data and computers alone.
threads--spiritual, affectional, economical, and carnal--drawing taut
I am in full support of offering the sacrament of marriage equally to people of all affectional orientations.
Attachment theory conceptualizes the human propensity to form close affectional bonds that serve to provide a sense of emotional security and regulate distress throughout the lifespan (Bowlby, 1973, 1980, 1982).